February 18, 2019 – April 1, 2019

WVN is launching its first online course! The Be A Male Ally online workshop provides male-identifying individuals with the tools to take action in addressing and remedying the harmful views and treatment of women. 


Sign up to be in our first cohort. The course starts Monday, February 18th and runs for six weeks.

If you are interested in hosting an event with Women’s Voices Now, please contact us.


February 26, 2019

WVN will be screening CODE RED, a co-production of Women’s Voices Now and GlobalGirl Media, at Lennox Middle School in Los Angeles, CA. Two alumna from our 2018 summer youth media training will present the film and talk about their filmmaking experience to the Los Angeles chapter of Girls Inc.


February 27, 2019

The first WVN “Walk it Like I Talk It: Becoming a Male Ally” workshop will take place at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA.


March 8, 2019

WVN is a community partner of Shifting Narratives: The Strength of Women Survivors, an art exhibit highlighting original work by survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence and homelessness. This day-long celebration on International Women’s Day is organized by The Los Angeles City Commission on the Status of Women, in partnership with the Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti. The event begins at 8:15AM-1:00PM. Space is limited, please register for your free ticket HERE.

Works completed in the WVN Creative Workshop (Dec. 2018-Jan. 2019) held at the Midnight Mission in Los Angeles will be on exhibition through March 29, 2019, at the Los Angeles City Hall Bridge. This workshop was made possible by a generous grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs – Los Angeles.